November in Vermont brings with it the enchanting season known as "Stick Season." As the colorful foliage of autumn gently falls away, the Burlington region transforms into a different kind of beauty. The bare trees reveal their intricate branches, creating a serene and contemplative atmosphere. It's a time to embrace the simplicity and grace of nature before the winter snow blankets the landscape. So, if you're seeking a peaceful escape, consider visiting Burlington during Stick Season. The city's charm and the subtle beauty of this transitional period are sure to leave you enchanted.


Enjoy these beautiful images of Stick Season in Vermont captured by Caleb Kenna.

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Sunrise over Battery ParkStick Season - Route 7

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